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BETOS Bar and Kitchen a Unique Project by S2A Design Studio

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BETOS Bar and Kitchen a Unique Project by S2A Design Studio

BETOS Bar and Kitchen in NIBM, Pune is 9000 sq ft project was very challenging to design turning this 9000sq.ft space into a happening modern rooftop restaurant and pub having strong budget restrictions. It is one such unique project of Ar. Shekhar Shinde, you will not see such innovation in the pubs of Pune. As a nature lover, the architect sets a goal to make maximum use of scrapped material, 50% of the elements and materials are recycled turned into something interesting with raw finishes, as the theme was modern and industrial constructive design. Different types of spaces are designed in various parts of the pub to create distinct ambience accordingly.

BETOS Bar and Kitchen a Unique Project by S2A Studio
BETOS Bar and Kitchen a Unique Project by S2A Studio

In this picture, wall art is implemented in continuity to ceiling art achieved through scrapped tyres, hung in the support of M.S grid. “We literally roamed into every scrapyard of Pune to find antiques that can be useful to us and would complement the design.,” says the architect. The wheels are lit with light to give justice to the style and not using any typical light fixture.

There were many leftover beer bottles obtained from and around the site that are reused in the ceiling of a narrow passage, enhancing the beauty of its compactness. The entrance of the pub has a reception area designed in an antique approach. Exploration of both materials and ideas is interpreted over here. ‘Ghamelas’ or shallow pan, that is utilized for mixing cement are painted white and hung in-ceiling fabricating uniqueness in itself. A truck was found from scrap and its front half is fixed to the wall creating a 3D wall art. An illusion of an ongoing party inside the truck is generated over here.

Owner of the pub had a boat, which he was going to sell out or throw away, but the architect had a great idea to retain it and transform it into something interesting which turned out to be its identity along with being the focal point for the restaurant, functioning as a private party space for a group of ten-fifteen people.

As mentioned earlier, many things are just collected from the scrapyard and used innovatively making the best out of waste. Here hand carriages function as a table in the bar and to make it interesting, tinted glass is used as a tabletop lit with concealed Led light. The lamps are made up of truck filter, that was found from scrap as well.

Tables here are nothing but just inverted axel being reused at its best. Illuminated pots, here, bring a secondary source of light, offers a combination of industrial and contemporary design. “In any pub or restaurant lightings and music play a major role, it can set the mood of customers and can also sell more drinks for the owner, you’ll see a very definite yet unusual approach towards lighting every space.” Says Architect. There were these two massive columns that stood by, in the middle of the dance floor disorganizing whole space, and that was the most essential matter of concern for the client. Later on, they were designed to transform into an inverted pyramid type of element which ironically complimented the whole space. There are these Cabanas designed to offer a private dining space in the restaurant.

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